iCambio is the trademark of Change Center, a foreign exchange office born in 1991. They have exchange offices in Madrid, Andalusia (Málaga, Fuengirola, Torremolinos, Marbella, Seville and Córdoba) and Alicante (Benidorm) and a home delivery website . More details
Today's average exchange rate for this foreign currency in the main banks in Spain. The euros to be paid by the bank will charge a commission of between 2.5% and 3%, with a minimum of € 6 to € 10 (the most expensive of the two). More details
Average prices today for this foreign currency in the two main airports in Spain: Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suarez Airport and Barcelona El Prat. More details
Currency exchange is a poorly transparent activity in Spain.
When you buy quetzales at the airport or at a bank, you are paying more.
Spanish banks practically charge you a commission of 3% on the quetzales that you buy from them.
And the currency provider at the airport charges you a very disappointing rate taking advantage of the fact that you passed through there.
Contrasting prices in a comparison engine like Cambiator that includes 5 currency suppliers in Spain is the best guarantee to obtain more quetzales for the same euros.
In Spain there are 3 businesses where you can obtain quetzales from Guatemala. You might be tempted to think primaril of your bank. However, Spanish banks impose an exchange rate to your quetzales from Guatemala and a commission of 3%. This means that, to give an example if you change 500 euros to quetzales from Guatemala you will be cashed a 30 euros fee.
On the other hand, our other alternative is the airport at the last minute. Nevertheless, this channel is the most costly of all options because the foreign exchange suppliers located there, owe a huge portion of their benefits to the airport owner.
Currency providers that work out of the airport in Spain are the best option to purchase quetzales from Guatemala with euros.
Usually, foreign currency suppliers in Spain have high limits for a single online order of quetzales GTQ or any other travel money. These maximum quantities are fixed by the Spanish Central Bank. They are related to the antimoney laundering norms and KYC (Know Your Customer) requirements
However, these limits normally oscillate between 3,000 and 5,900 €, which is a lot more than what a traveler needs for their stay expenses.
The euro to Guatemalan Quetzal price changes day to day. The currencies of countries with more stable economies change less, and vice-versa. But it is also necessary to bear in mind events such as the Ukraine war or Brexit, major sporting events or economic crisis, which can alter the exchange rates of a specific currency, like the Guatemalan Quetzal, from one day to the next.
Any way, most banks and currency suppliers usually alter the price at which they sell or buy quetzales once a day, early in the morning.
Cambiator always has its travel money rates updated, so that you have the best information available on exchange rates.
The location you are never advised in making a euro to Guatemalan Quetzal exchange is at the airport. As with the bottle of water at scandalous prices, the airport manager and the airport currency provider, split the benefits of your exchange at the airport. Bear in mind, the more participants that intervene in the currency exchange game the higher the rates to apply to consumers.
Literally all Spanish banks apply to you a 3% fee, with a minimum (whichever is higher) quantity of 6 to 10 euros.
Knowing the best exchange rate to obtain quetzales GTQ with Euros today is as easy as browsing Cambiator.es and choosing the currency you want to buy.
Keep in mind that the rates and conditions to buy quetzales GTQ that you see on our website are negotiated to be more interesting than the conditions you will get if you go directly to the currency provider.
Cambiator does not recommend exchanging foreign currencies at a Spanish high street bank. They impose you a fee of around 2 to 3per cent as well as a margin.
Exchanging travel money at the airport is not recommended at all when buying quetzales GTQ.
All holiday money suppliers in Spain are dedicated to the sale and purchase of currency. If you come back with quetzales left over upon return to Spain, you only have to enter Cambiator.es and select our Sell your currency tab in the top menu.
After indicate your town of residence and we will display how many Euros the different foreign currency suppliers will offer on the day in your city for your remaining quetzales.
Keep in mind that they will just purchase you quetzales notes but not loose coins.
To purchase quetzales from Guatemala with Euros online here you will be asked to carry with you a passport or a resident´s identity card called DNI or NIE. These documents allow you to identify yourself when purchasing travel money in person or on the Internet. In this case, you will have to provide a scanned PDF or jpg copy that does not weigh much.
In Spain, foreign currency providers and some banks are beginning to offer online currency exchange services to their clients with 3 delivery options:
a) buy now and pay now online and receive the currency at the office/home or collect it from an office of the courier company (Correos, MRW, Seur, Nacex, etc.). Some of them will allow you to pay cash on delivery when you will be delivered the travel money in hand.
b) do a booking for Guatemalan Quetzales. Afterwards choose an office of the entity where to pick it up from (prior online payment with a card).
c) make an online reservation for Guatemalan Quetzales. Then choose a branch near your home or work where to pick up and pay. In this modality, the rate you pay for your currency may be in some cases that of the day you made the online booking, and in the rest, that of the day you you present yourself at the office of the foreign currency supplier.
Select the option the most convenient for you. Cambiator makes it easy for you to compare.
Yes, it is. If you need to block the Euro to Guatemalan Quetzal rate you see on our result page. And also if you need to make sure that the travel money supplier won´t impose on you a commission.
In Spain there are some currency providers with a bad reputation who impose on their clients a significant commission when acquiring quetzales from Guatemala directly from their stores without having previously booked on their website.
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